Tokyo Fitness Center

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Tokyo Fitness Center, also known as "The Gym" is the Ballpark of the Tokyo Lift.

Official League Record

The Tokyo Fitness Center was constructed in Season 13. Fans of the Lift selected the Boreal prefab, spending 909,716 coins.

During Season 14 construction, fans of the Lift selected the PsychoAcoustics and Peanut Mister renovations.

During Season 15 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Grind Rail and Forwardness+ renovations.

During Season 16 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Sweetener and Inconvenience- renovations.

During Season 17 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Hotel Motel and Ballpark Cleanup renovations.

During Season 18 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Echo Chamber and Fax Machine renovations.

During the Season 18 election, Hotel Motel was ratified and removed from the stadium modifications.

During Season 19 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Hoops and Inconvenience- renovations.

During Season 20 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Balloons and Tunnels renovations. Tunnels was ratified and removed from the stadium modifications.

During Season 21 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Voicemail, Bird Hotel, and Flood Balloons renovations. Voicemail and Bird Hotel were ratified and removed from the stadium modifications.

During Season 22 construction, fans of the Lift selected the Salmon Cannons and Birdhouses renovations.

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Structure

The Tokyo Fitness Center is located on the top floors of the Legscraper, forming the upper end of the building’s dumbbell-shaped appearance. It comprises a regulation Blaseball field with seating, concessions, and no less than three gyms. Available concessions include isotonic drinks in recyclable bottles shaped like ex-Lift batter Ayanna Dumpington and a souvenir sweet known as beef wings.[1] Following season 16's construction and Lance Serotonin's redaction, a cafe in the stadium now serves a latte named after the co-captain, "light and sweet, just like he liked them".

As of Season 14, the ballpark has been outfitted with a state-of-the-art PsychoAcoustics system which has made walk up songs “clearer, and louder, than ever” and “possibly deleterious at close range”. Lift player Engine Eberhardt has since been banned from personal usage of the system except for one hour on Tuesday evenings, a timetable that has been communicated to and mutually agreed upon by the neighbouring buildings.

The Fitness Center is dedicated to excellence in all aspects, not just the physical, containing numerous function rooms often booked for chess tournaments, science Olympiads, and spelling bees. Also housed in the facility is the Research Department, regularly used by Lift players for research and experimentation, with varying degrees of success.

Naming

The Tokyo Fitness Center’s name is not actually in reference to its use as a health and wellness facility, despite the fact that it does serve that function. Rather, it may be more accurate to describe the stadium as “the Center of Fitness”. The location appears to act as an entry point to what has come to be known as the Gyminal Space, an extra-dimensional phenomenon that connects all gymnasiums, hippodromes and stadia throughout space and time. This has resulted in numerous Blaseball fans that were spectating their own teams in their respective stadiums finding themselves in the Fitness Center instead after leaving to purchase concessions and returning to their seats.

Rarely, individuals from other places and times associated strongly with feats of great physical and mental prowess have been known to appear in the Fitness Center. Athletes who have been found in the Fitness Center after passing through the Gyminal Space include:

  • An Ancient roman gladiator, determined to have originated from the Colosseum
  • A Greek pankration wrestler who had been present at the original Olympic games
  • A chess grandmaster who had gone for a coffee break in the middle of a 20-person simultaneous match
  • A hoverball player from at least two millennia in the future


  1. Fitness Center staff declined to comment when challenged over the official status of beef wings, their ingredients, the fact that they are savoury and therefore do not qualify as sweets, their method of production, or their edibility.